Our club parkrun championship is a great way to join other Dragons in parkruns across the region. Races in the 2020 club parkrun championship are listed below.
- Saturday 25 January Stretford Parkrun
- Saturday 22 February Wythenshawe Parkrun
- Saturday 28 March Woodbank Parkrun
- Saturday 25 April Chadderton Hall Parkrun
- Saturday 23 May Worsley Woods Parkrun
- Saturday 20 June South Manchester Parkrun
- Saturday 25 July Cheadle Hulme Parkrun
- Saturday 22 August Fletcher Moss Parkrun
- Saturday 26 September Sale Water Parkrun
- Saturday 24 October Burnage Parkrun
- Saturday 21 November Heaton Parkrun
- Saturday 19 December Alexandra Parkrun
The latest championship tables can be viewed here.
How it works
The Club parkrun championship runs from January to December. To take part in the championship you must
- be a member of Dragons at the time of the parkrun
- be registered with Parkrun UK
- have indicated in your Parkrun registration details that you are a member of Dragons Running Club (Sale) (you can update your details in your Parkrun profile)
- have a time registered in the results for that race.
The championship uses parkrun age grading (which takes into account age and gender rather than just time).
For the overall parkrun championship, you must complete at least five runs to qualify. Your average age grading scores over the five runs will give you your club parkrun championship score. If you take part in more than five runs your best five scores will be used. The winner of the club parkrun championship is the person with the highest age grading average over five runs.
There will also be a prize for the most improved runner. You will be given an age grading base score (based on your highest age grading score from the previous year. If you haven’t done a parkrun before your base score will be based on your average age grading from your first five parkruns this year). Your highest age grading score from the current year’s club parkrun championship runs will then be compared to your base score to give you an overall increase/decrease figure. The winner of the most improved runner prize is the person with the highest increase figure.